|"All You Get From Love Is a Love Song"|
Cover to "All You Get from Love Is a Love Song"
|Single by The Carpenters|
|from the album Passage|
|B-side||"I Have You"|
|Released||May 2, 1977|
|The Carpenters singles chronology|
"All You Get from Love Is a Love Song" is a song composed by Steve Eaton. It was popularized by the Carpenters in 1977. It was released to the public on May 2, 1977. Its B-side was "I Have You", a song released on the A Kind of Hush album in 1976. The song was also included in their 1977 album, Passage
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||35|
|U.S. Billboard Easy Listening||4|
|Canadian Singles Chart||38|
|Oricon (Japanese) Singles Chart||68|
The music video to "All You Get from Love Is a Love Song" takes place in the A&M Studios. It starts off with the bongo drum and fades into a camera angle zooming towards Karen Carpenter. After the music video is done, it fades out into the Carpenters' Hollywood Walk of Fame Star, which is the beginning to the video "Top of the World", performed on "The Carpenters' Very First TV Special" in 1976. It can be found on the DVD Gold: Greatest Hits. Tenor saxophone solo was performed by Tom Scott (tenor sax soloist on "Jazz Man" - Carole King), who was then one of the hottest "session players" of the 70's.